Building strong relationships with your children is key to parenting success. It's essential for helping kids develop emotional and social skills, self-esteem, and a strong bond of trust between parent and child. Learn how you can create lasting connections with your kids by implementing positive communication techniques and spending quality time together.
How To Use The Time-In ToolKit® To Teach Kids About Emotions
Proven to improve social-emotional skills and lessen behavioral issues, the world-famous Time-In ToolKit® helps children learn how to name and regulate their emotions using positive discipline and connection-based learning methods.
SnuggleBuddies Plush Toys Help Kids Communicate Feelings
SnuggleBuddies plush toys help kids communicate their feelings to decrease meltdowns. Here's how.
7 Ways to Stop Disrespectful Behavior
Disrespectful behavior is a normal response for an underdeveloped, reactive brain. Our response to this normal behavior, however, will determine whether a negative cycle ensues or our relationship is strengthened. When you must choose between showing...
Parenting as an Introvert is Hard. Here's One Thing That Keeps Me Sane.
When you can't create more time alone for yourself, supercharge your time to bask in your internal refuge with this tool.
Our Children May Be Self-Centered, But They Aren't Selfish
Every time our child snatches a toy or melts down or forgets to say “thank you,” we worry our children will grow to be disrespectful, which motivates us to teach the lesson. But when we understand brain development, we can approach these situat...
Thank You: A Father’s Day Poem
This mama writes a poem to her husband as she navigates her baby blues, teary eyes, breastfeeding, and raw limits.
Positive Communication with Kids at Every Age
These positive communication tips will create a family culture where children and adults alike are spoken to with respect and listened to with love. Children live what they learn at home, and all of their future relationships will benefit from ...
10 Ways To Get Your Kids Talking About Their Feelings
It can be hard to connect when our children are reluctant to share. Here are some tips to help your children want to talk.
When Play Feels Like A Chore
The language of a child is play, but play isn't always easy for adults. Learn why and how parents can overcome these play roadblocks.